Container liners are a popular method to transport dry bulk cargo across a variety of different industries, such as agriculture, chemicals and minerals.
But why are dry bulk container liners so widely used? And what benefits do they have on the conditions of your cargo and the bottom line of your business?
Check out the below guide to learn why so many shippers prefer dry bulk container liners.
Ship Cargo in Foodgrade Conditions
It isn’t always possible to find containers that meet the necessary cleanliness standards. Often you may find residues inside the container from a previous shipment which will contaminant your goods and make them unfit for use.
Dry bulk container liners allow you to load your cargo in an isolated and sealed enviroment, protected from any dirt, insects or residues that may be inside the container. Shipping goods with container liners helps you ensure clean and contaminant-free conditions.
Minimize Cleaning Costs
Container liners create a sealed environment, minimizing the risk that your goods will come into contact with the container.
This reduces your requirements to clean the container following your load, and consequently helps save you money.
Load Greater Volume of Cargo
Alternatives to container liners for dry bulk cargo include bags and totes.
These methods mean that you can load a lesser volume of dry bulk cargo compared to shipments in which container liners are used.
Loading a greater volume of cargo means that you’ll need to ship fewer containers, which will lower your transport costs.
Reduce Operation and Handling Costs
Many container liners include features that facilitate loading and discharge, meaning you can load up to 25 tons of dry bulk cargo with minimum handling.
Compare this with methods such as bags and totes which need to be loaded individually, and often with forklifts and additional packaging such as pallets. This increases your labor, time and packaging costs.